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>>> this hour the cnn hughes room, we are looking at all angles in the death of u.s. ambassador to libya. the on-line film clip that sparked rioting in two embassies and the life of the ambassador himself. light get to it. cnn has learned in the past few minutes that u.s. officials now believe attackers in libya did not specifically target the u.s. bassador to libya, chris stevens. targeted or not, ambassador stevens was killed along with three other members. me they planned to hit the consulate in benghazi, and were waitinged for an opportunity to strike. that opportunity came in a street riot last night. here's secretary of state hillary clinton today. >> he risked his life to stop a tyrant, then gave his life trying to help build a better libya. live at the state department now to ellise. first of all, to the new information we are getting here because this is very rare. we understand for an ambassador to be killed by terrorists. does it change how people feel about what has happened at the state department that people's dear friend and colleague that he was not targeted, but
of debate wednesday, october 3. next, we look at the environmental policies of u.s. policies followed by a look at the supreme court's upcoming 2013 term and a look at the supreme court's latest term from 2011 and 2012. then hate crimes and domestic extremism. >> when i first came down to washington, i did not know what an i.g. did. we will occasionally run into their law enforcement arm. i started a mortgage fraud unit and i was dealing with the inspector general from h.u.d. i did not know the big picture of what an i.g. was doing. when i first garden, the first thing i did was meet the i.g.'s. -- started, the first thing i did was to meet been i.g.'s. they are supposed to be looking for waste, fraud, and abuse. those are the words in their statutes. their number one concern is how to preserve their budget. they are worried about clashing with management and too much interaction with congress. it was a go along, get along attitude. i kept hearing hearing -- kept hearing the two types of i.g.'s. there was the lap dog and the junkyard dog. the head of the finance committee oversaw one
. thanks to jpmorgan, we have some headlines on goldman sachs. the u.s. appeals court revising some claims against goldman sachs on the mortgage security that it under road. basically digging up some old ideas and claims that could move forward, so they are back, they are alive. goldman sachs still a little bit up on that headline. back to you. dagen: the european central bank came out this morning and said they would step up and buy the debt of troubled m nations like spain. they will have access to ecb credit lines. and then the big dog making a big splash last night, president bill clinton trying to work his magic in the democratic convention in charlotte and he took on the question are you better off than we were four years ago? >> when president barack obama took office, the economy was in freefall, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month. are we going to go to that today? the answer is yes. dagen: art laffer joining us from nashville. what he said was true, that is roughly how many jobs we were losing when president obama took office. >> he is right, he is right. george w. bush was a pre
mostly in the '50s. and a quick tower is in the background. the sciu services co as a woman who like chasing fires. people think of a quick start was designed to look like a fire hose and it wasn't. it in we have the mind is 57 degrees in concord. we 50 in santa rosa. it does not a bad and we have high clouds floating in an cooler at the beach. the talk about that the low pressure is speeding up of the southwestern alaska as pushing in the pacific northwest. that means to get some high clouds today we see them over the bay area. the high will come down in the temperatures will follow suit. is not to be as warm as it was just a. we have out this morning and it be nice. we have a few high clouds for everyone. as low clouds and fog along the shore line. and on the future cast you can see the the high clouds head south of the bay area and in mostly sunny skies and overnight by a time they get here to mormon there be low clouds and the face. and tonight we get clouds moving in. and if you'd be out about is can be in the mid-70s and not at all. that is typical for september and october in
on the edge right now. these are the streets of cairo. not far from the u.s. embassy where the crisis i getting worse tonight. another night of protest after a day that saw hundreds of injuries among police and protesters. i am wolf blitzer in for piers morgan. demonstrations across the region from iran and iraq to gaza, to yemen, to libya and morocco, a wave of anti-american anger that has cost the lives of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, two of them former u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s. meanwhile, president obama spoke out about all of this on the campaign trail today. >>> people around the world, i want people to hear me, to all those who would do us harm, no act of terror will go unpunished. it will not dim the light of the values that we proudly present to the rest of the world. no act of violence shakes the resolve of the united states of america. >> secretary of state, hillary clinton, tonight paid tribute to the two security personnel killed alongside ambassador chris stevens. tyrone wood and glen dougherty. she said, this violence should shock people of all faiths and
outposts around the world today after the u.s. ambassador to libya and three staffers were killed. now u.s. marines are speeding to benghazi where they will help secure the u.s. consulate where the attack occurred. jill dougherty joins us now. >> reporter: officials here at the state department are beginning to piece together the details, but this is what we know. we have been speaking to them all morning long. what they say is essentially you had three things going on. you had the basic demonstration by regular libyans, but then you had a very targeted attack on the attack in benghazi by these heavy heavily-armed militants. we understand there were a couple dozen of them. they were using rpgs. very serious attack. as they attack the consulate, it starts a fire. and that is where the story with the ambassador comes in. the ambassador, mr. stevens, had been in benghazi temporarily. he's normally in the capital tripoli. also shawn smith, 10-year veteran, was also there on a temporary assignment. they were inside that consulate. fire breaks out. there are now three people along with one secur
to not the same percentage, on the s&p and nasdaq. almost a full percentage point, doing extremely well and small and midsize cats as well. the largest gainer of all these indexes, small and mid-size cavs. when the bells ring that is what action begins. we have a full pack our. reagan budget director david stockman will tell us why he is on warpath against the fed and starting to question whether capitalism itself can survive post ben bernanke. four years since the collapse of lehman brothers. you have somebody who says he found the next lehman brothers and you worked here when it was spiraling down. larry mcdonald coming up. we will tell you what drove the markets with the data download. stocks surging with all three major indices ending in the green. the dow, the top performer at 1.5%. energy materials for the week winners and utilities flagged a bit. oil pushing above $100 a barrel to a four month high before calling ahead of the close. oil ended up 2.7% and $99 a barrel. latka back into the currency pits. the dollar fell to a four month low against the year of raising gains for the year. the
's still time. and i say, wait for what? wait until when? >> reporter: israel wants the u.s. to commit to a so-called redline with iran. if iran steps over it, they face military action against their nuclear sites. >> those international community who refuse to put redlines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >> reporter: israel wants u.s. support because at some point its own air force won't be able to hit iran's nuclear sites in increasingly hardens underground bunkers. with two months to election day, the u.s. administration isn't anxious to get specific. >> the american people know that the president has said unequivocally he will not allow iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. i'm not going to get into how you unpack exactly what, who, how, when. >> reporter: but not setting a line can also be risky while negotiations go on. >> on the other side of this is if you don't set very clear limits to iran's behavior, you can go on indefinitely. >> reporter: during his recent trip to israel, defense secretary leon panetta was very aware iran has moved ahead
got in our housing starts numbers which showed a jump of more than 2%, 2.3%. the s&p 500 virtually flat here at 1450. some of the traders i have talked to have said it could push up to 1470, 75 or so. right now let's take a look also at bank of america, a day after their slowness, their potential cyberattack, whatever you want to call it, but just the fact that customers were trying to go on to the bank of america website and were experiencing delays. and they acknowledge exactly that because of an attack. so they said directly that we continuously take proactive measures to secure our systems so the stock today is bouncing back, up 1.7%. back to you. dagen: thank you nicole. now it is president obama's turn to face some critics after a clip surfaces about the president pushing wealth distribution. take a listen. >> i think the trick is figures out how do we structure government systems that pull resources and hence facilitate some redistribution, because i actually believe in redistribution, at least at a certain level to make sure everybody's got a shot. dagen: that of course fol
of the most -- a dramatic chapter in the contemporary u.s. foreign policy. one of the hardest challenges i think for our decision makers is the relationship with iran as the non-relationship with iran as we might say. i felt we might begin our discussion with -- explain to our listeners will why and how you wrote the book. some of the methodological issues so that we get that the state. before we get into the visit ali told stories of these 30 years of the u.s. iran engagement from the perspective of our sort of military to military interaction so, i wonder if we can just start with tell us why he wrote the book and how considering that you are a government historian but this book was really done through a different methodology. >> guest: the genesis started as a dissertation many years ago back in the 90's in the reagan foreign policy in the persian gulf to get one of the catalysts for me as far as an interest in the region itself was my father had been the u.s. central command -- commander from 85 to 88, the u.s. military commander for the middle east. obviously that sort of spurred inte
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-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler, and governor of minnesota. and a surprising theory on who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. good to see you. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> thank you. >> how are you, sir? >> well, i've got to get some water. i've got to get ready for you. i'm doing good. >> well, we've got an hour ahead of us. we'll cover a lot of ground. i want to start with the breakingews, the controversial and apparently secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fundraiser. the person responsible wants to remain anonymous, but "new york" magazine reports it was passed along by jimmy carter's grandson, james carter iv. cnn has not been able to verify the authenticity of the recordings, but let's take a listen. >> 47% of people who will vote for the president. the 47% with him who are dependent upon government who believe they're victims who believe the government has the responsibility to care for them who believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name
before with a man never afraid to say exactly what he thinks. jesse ventura, the ex-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler and governor of minnesota answers your questions. why he has no time for either the democrats or the republicans. and a surprising theory of who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. thank you. >> come on up. >> thank you. >> how are you? >> i'm good. got to have some water. >> we're going to start with the secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fund-raiser. let's listen. >> the romney campaign released a statement in response reading -- mitt romney wants to help all americans struggling in the obama economy. as the governor has made clear all year, he is concerned about the money count be on the government, including the record number of people who are on stood stamps and the 23 million americans who are struggling to find work. jesse ventura, you were shaking your head, murmuring obscenities. apparently you weren't impressed. this says half the americ
, the chinese currency has been very stable against the u.s. dollar. in the first eight months of the year, the actual performance of the rnb has been a little disappointed. it appreciated 1% against the u.s. dollar. in the recent weeks, it's regained strength. basically between now and year end, we don't expect a lot of movement in the exchange rate. but what's complicating the chinese government policy basically is that we have a leadership transition coming up and also the leadership is very concerned still about potential inflation coming back. so that's complicating their policy decisions in the coming months. >> do you read this appreciation as one way for beijing to experiment in ways of bringing down inflation despite the fact that a weaker currency would give more credence to their exports? >> i think that one day movement really doesn't amount to very much. in fact inflation has been on the downward trend for the past several months. last week inflation was only 2%. so near term, inflation is not a major concern. however, the chinese leadership doesn't want to ease monetary polic
of the sharp contrast between the two presidents. clinton oversaw a boom economy in the 1990's. this president has overseen 42 straight months of unemployment above 8%. the worst economic recovery since the great depression. as a result, president obama's in a dead heat with governor romney with just over two months before election day. our if he cans guest says democrats have long had an edge on the issue of medicare and the republicans have cowered in fear, but he says it's different this year. joining us is karl rove, senior advisor to president george w. bush, and carl, great to have you. i'm going to turn to this press conference, a pop in, impromptu press conference, is this the president just acknowledging the reality the fact that he was getting hammered, skinny, but tough, but not tough enough to take on the press corps. >> it's a check the box, i've been criticized for not showing up. i'll show up take four questions, 22 minutes and blow out of there and look, the white house press corps seems to be suffered from stockholm syndrome, and would you like to announce the republican in ca
was in office, u.s. gdp was at 3.9%. under president reagan, it was at 3.4%, and fdr had a gdp rate of 8.4% during that time that he was in office. compare that with the forecast of 2.3% for our economy in 2013, and the anemic 1.7% that we saw in the most recent quarter. now kevin hassett is an economic adviser to mitt romney, he's the author, one of the authors of this 12 million jobs in four years claim. very patient man because he keeps coming back to discuss this with me. kevin, we have been down this road twice -- >> you'll get it right sooner or later. >> fair enough, that's why we talk about it. we've been down this road twice before on this show and you haven't given me more than generalities as to how mitt romney n an economy that is expected to go 2.3% in his first year in office, gets anywhere close to these job creation numbers. martin feldstein just said we cannot put a dent in job creation unless we have higher economic growth. >> sure. well, i think that the higher economic growth is absolutely the key, and if you go back to what stephanie cutter said, she said, you know,
. a couple people in particular who have done races around the world. i didn't realize, these guys in the u.s., they do races all over the world. in armenia, africa, israel. they do these races and see which ads work and which process has worked best and we have ideas of what we do over the course of the campaign. i tell it to you but i have a future. [laughter] hopefully we'll be successful. one of the aspects that worked well for obama four years ago is he promised to bring us more honest government. i've been around politics. [inaudible] the government in washington right now is permeated by cronyism, outright corruption and regulatory agencies, protecting the people they are supposed to be regulating. doesn't matter if you're in the tea party or occupy wall street, people see the government is working for the powerful interests and people who are well connected politically and not connected to the regular person. we have this great opportunity. [inaudible] one way to compromise is when government is no longer seen as this -- where our tax dollars are not being put to work for us but for t
right now. >>> you are not happy. you're taking it out on the u.s. economy. welcome to "your money." the u.s. economy is barely growing. now this is about gdp. don't change the channel. gdp, gross domestic product is important. it is the broadest measure of the value of everything we produce as an economy. and as those bars go up, we feel better. now this week we learned that in april, may and june the u.s. economy grew at a rate of just 1.7%. that means as an economy, we produce 1.7% more value than we did in the same period a year ago. that and $4 will get you a cup of coffee. what that doesn't tell you or me is how americans are feeling about the economy and how you're feeling decides whether or not this economy is going to get weaker or stronger. so i have compiled some numbers on the five economic indicators that have the greatest effect on you. think about this as the real feel of the economy. you can read about it in my column in the current issue of "money m "money" magazine. i've used government numbers to score economic performance in that time between one and ten. one in
hours enjoying beautiful sunshine 87 morgan the balance may be some low 90s in lead. ,,,,,,,, . >>> landing gear appears normal. >> does not appear to be normal. appears as you were landing, nose is straightening out. stop whenever you like. >> drama there at kennedy airport. a flight from brazil made an emergency landing yesterday. as you heard the landing gear was twisted sideways but straightened out just before the plane landed and no one was hurt. >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." american airlines cancelled more than 700 flights since mid-september. it blamed labor dispute with its pilots. on wednesday american warned the pilots that the airline may take their union to court. >> that threat came in a letter sent just a few hours after the pilots union agreed to resume tion against the pilots union could stall negotiations. turbulent would be a good way to describe the past few weeks for american airlines. this month's on time arrivals have dropped below 60%, down from the carriers monthly average of 82%. and since september 16th, the airline has cancelled more
. demonstrations erupt near the u.s. embassy in yemen one day after the ambassador and three other americans were killed in libya. >>> a mob tried to overrun the embassy wall in cairo. an expanding foreign policy crisis for president obama. >>> meanwhile, on the political front, mitt romney stands by his criticism of the obama administration's handling of the volatile situation in the middle east. those same conservative voices who were knocking on monday are singing romney's praises now. >>> also this morning, former florida governor charlie crist says the gop left him, now he's moving left to help president obama get re-elected. account ex-gov gin up some love in the sunshine state? >>> good morning from washington. it is thursday, september 13, 2012. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. >>> we begin with another tumultuous day in the middle east. is president obama dealing with a full fledged foreign policy crisis? sure looks like it this morning. froefts in the arab world linked to an amateur film denouncing islam fueling the demonstrations. hundreds stormed the u.s. embassy grounds i
a possible shutdown come october 1st. if passive was delayed for days over partisan bickering. >>> and the u.s. senate also passed a measure almost unanimously that strengthens america's resolve on iran. the non-binding resolution allows the u.s. to pursue a policy other than containment if necessary to prevent iran from equiring nuclear weapons. the one dissenting vote came from rand paul who said it was a de factod declaration of war. >> the surge in afghanistan is over and officials are saying it has been a success. if all goes to plan, there will be a withdrawal of u.s.-led international military force by the end of 2014. pentagon correspondent barbara starr has details now. >> as commander in chief, i have determined that it is in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 u.s. troops to afghanistan. >> the president in 2009 announcing a surge of troops into afghanistan. now, those troops are on their way home and the military is saying mission accomplished. >> the surge has effectively covered and enabled the training of the afghan national security force and it's an amazin
already in harm's way overseas. and i'm harris falkner, we're live with the fox report tonight. the u.s. military, now, halting the training of some afghan forces after killers in uniforms turn their guns on our troops in a deadly attack. fox report journalists on the ground in kabul tonight. the new plan is to protect our fighters in the battlefield. and homes destroyed, livelihood's lost and feeling the fallout from isaac. >> and in minutes, the the first estimates of the storm's financial toll. and also, he hasn't exactly been through the desert on a horse with no name, but he did just complete an epic journey in the saddle across the usa. we begin tonight with a state of the economy. and the pivotal role its already playing in the 2012 election the. 42 months, how long the national unemployment rate has been above 8% and the national debt on the verge of a symbolic and hovering milestone, look at that, 16 trillion dollars. analysts estimating we could hit that huge number oddly enough on the same way the democratic national convention kicks off in charlotte. none of this of course g
scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy and replaced the american flag with a black, islamist flag. the a.p. is report that this replacement flag is similar to a banner used by al qaeda and that some in the crowd were chanting, quote, we are osama. they were protesting a u.s.-produced film that attacks the prophet mohammed. there are no american injuries or casualties. this is the first time ever that the u.s. embassy in cairo was breached. we will continue to follow this development out of the region. much more coming up on this program. but first, we begin way "hannity" cable exclusive. bob woodward is the author of a brand-new book that has all of washington talking, called "the price of politics" and it takes you into the negotiating rooms of the capitol and the white house and exposes how the president tried and failed to restore the american economy. now this book raises some very serious questions about the president's ability to look beyond politics and lead the nation during times of great consequence. and here to talk about that and much more is the man himself, the author of "t
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